Cricket Score applet for Gnome desktop
Cricket score applet gnome-applet which will display score at gnome-panel, the same way, we see date/time. It is written in python. It will also score updates through libnotify module. You can select matches from matches in progress.
more background can be found here
Nov 27, 2009 : Released 0.1 alpha verison. This release has very basic features.
Nov 29, 2009 : Released 0.1 verison. Fixed loading issue for slower internet connection
Dec 04, 2009 : Released 1.0 alpha verison. This release has two more features:
- Match selection preference if there are multiple matches in progress.
- Wicket, four, sixes update through libnotify module.
Dec 05, 2009 : Released 1.0 verison. This release is mainly to organize project stucture:
- Added Make, COPYRIGHTS, INSTALL,README file
Dec 08, 2009 : Released 1.1 verison with following new features and bug fixes,
- Show Score Update Preference: With this preference user can enable/disable libnotify score update.
- Score Update Notification TimeOut Preference: Timeout value for notification to disappear.
- Fixed to avoid notifications after match is complete
- Added logging support through Logging Module.
Jan 11, 2010 : Released 126.96.36.199 verison.
- Fixed score not updating bug
Mar 07, 2010 : Released 188.8.131.52 verison.
- Corrected score feed URL
- Corrected timeout to seconds
- Python 2.4 and ElementTree OR Python 2.5 (which already includes ElementTree)
- python-gtk 2.10 or newer
- python-gnome 2.16 or newer
- python-gnome-desktop 2.16 or newer
- python-notify 0.1 or newer
You can download it from here.
- Unpack the source
- Open up a terminal
- cd /path/to/cricscore/
- As root: make install
- Log out and then log in again to make Cric Score Applet show up in the list of available panel applets
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This program is distributed under the terms of the GNU Public Licence.
It is distributed with a hope that it will be useful, but there is ABSOLUTELY no warranty, NOT EVEN THE IMPLIED WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY
OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
1. This applet is written and maintained by Sachin Patil (firstname.lastname@example.org).
2. Make file is written by Arun SAG (email@example.com).